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timing belt

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#1 rox


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Posted 17 November 2004 - 07:33 PM

this is my first time posting on this site. i have and continue to post on a yamaha site i belong to. i own a 1996 outback(legacy) with a 2.2L motor. i am interested in timing belt replacement. i do minor work myself and was hoping for honest opinions as to the chances for a backyard repair guy to do the replacement. i also noticed the lifter knock and wonder what people think about that problem on that motor. thanks in advanvce for anything that may come from this posting.

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Posted 18 November 2004 - 12:55 PM

if you do a search, and endwrench has a belt replacement article that is very good.
Many of the owners on this board have done this themselves.

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